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1. Which of the following is the correctly matched combination of the current definition of a small quantity and a commercial quantity for opium?
(a) 2 milligram (0.031gr) and 100 milligram (1.5 gr)
(b) 2 gram (0.07102) and 50 gram (1.802)
(c) 5 gram (0.1802) and 250 gram (8.802)
(d) 25 gram (0.8802) and 2.5 kilogram (5.5lb)

2. Applicability of section 360 of the Code of Criminal Procedure 1973 is effective of the NDAPS Act when –
(a) The person convicted of an offence under this Act is under eighteen years of age
(b) The person convicted of an offence under this Act is under sixteen years of age
(c) The person convicted of an offence under this Act is under twenty one years of age
(d) The person convicted of an offence under this Act is under eighteen years of age and convicted under section 26 or section 27 of the ND&PS Act

3. Judge of a special court shall be appointed by the Government with the concurrence of
(a) The Judge of the High Court
(b) The Chief Justice of the High Court of that State where the special court situates.
(c) The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India
(d) Governor of the state in which the special court situates

4. Special court constituted under the Act shall consists of
(a) A single judge
(b) Two judge
(c) Three judge
(d) None of these

5. Provision of appeal and revision against the order of Special Court has been mentioned under _____________of the ND&PS Act.
(a) Section 36 A
(b) Section 36 B
(c) Section 36 C
(d) None of these

6. The power to add to or omit from the list of Psychotropic substances specified in the schedule belongs to-
(a) Central Government
(b) State Government
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) None of these

7. Which of the following Essential Narcotic Drugs that was restricted under the ND&PS Act, 1985 received relaxation of the ND&PS (Amendment) Act, 2014 for making them more accessible for use in pain relief and palliative care
(a) Morphine
(b) Fertanyl
(c) Methadone
(d) All of these

8. The words and expressions used in the Act but not defined received the meaning define in
(a) Indian Penal Code, 1860
(b) The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973
(c) Civil Procedure Code
(d) None of these

9. Which of the following is an advisory body to the Central Government of the Act?
(a) The Central Board of Excise and Customs
(b) The Narcotics Commission
(c) The Narcotics drugs and psychotropic substance consultation committee
(d) None of these

10. Which of the following is not true about the NDPA(Amendment) Bill 2014?
(a) Multiple State Licenses for possession, purchase, transport, sale, distribution, use and consumption has been continuing and reinforced.
(b) Drugs identified, as essential drugs will be subject to Central Rules under Section 9(1) (a)
(c) Section 71 of the Act authorizes the government to recognize and approve treatment centers which currently operates without license or accreditation and inflict violence and torture on drug users
(d) all of the above is not true

11. As per section 21 of the PC Act, 1988
(a) Accused person to be a competent witness
(b) Accused person is not a competent witness
(c) Accused person will never be witness
(d) None of these

12. Section 5 of the PC Act deals with
(a) Procedure and power of Special Judge
(b) Offences and penalties
(c) Investigation into case under the Act
(d) Preliminary define

13. What should be the qualification for the Special Judge appointed by the authority to try offences under the Act
(a) He should be or should have been a Session Judge or Additional Session Judge
(b) Assistant Session Judge may be appointed in the Special Judge of the Act
(c) Both (a) and (b) are true
(d) None of these

14. Which of the following is not true regarding the Power of a Special Judge under the PC Act?
(a) He may take cognizance of the offences without the accused being commissioned to him for trial
(b) In trying the accused person, he shall follow the procedure prescribed by the Cr.P.C for the trial of warrant cases by Magistrate
(c) He may tender pardon to a person supposed to have been directly or indirectly concerned in an offence in order to obtain the evidence provided such person would make full and true disclosure of the whole circumstances within his knowledge related to the offence.
(d) All of the above is true

15. In which of the following case the Hon’ble Justice Ranganath Mishra has observed the main ingredients of the charge of an offence under section 7 of the PC Act?
(a) Madan Lal vs. State of Himachal Pradesh
(b) State of Rajasthan vs. Shanti
(c) Joseph Fernandez vs State of Goa
(d) R.S. Nayak vs. A.R. Antulay and another

16. Which of the following case reference is relating to the offence of corruption under the PC Act?
(a) R.S. Nayak vs. A.R. Antulay and another
(b) Vineet Narayan vs. Union of India
(c) both (a) and (b)
(d) None of these

17. Which of the following section of the PC Act 1988 deals with taking gratification by a private individual for the exercise of personal influence on a public servant?
(a) Section 8
(b) Section 9
(c) Section 10
(d) None of these

18. Which section of the Act says about appointment of Special Judges?
(a) Section 4
(b) Section 3
(c) Section 5
(d) None of these

19. Chapter IV of the Act deals with:
(a) Offence and penalties
(b) Power of Special Judges
(c) Investigation
(d) Appoint of Special Judge

20. Punishment under section 7 of the PC Acts, 1988 shall be
(a) Not less than three months
(b) Not less than five months
(c) Not less than six months
(d) Not less than one month

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